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A/V Geeks
by U.S. Department of Agriculture
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Reported good for (1) presenting a verbal and pictorial explanation of the phases of the true cyclone and (2) giving examples of the types of clouds that accompany each phase of the cyclone.  We digitized and uploaded this film from the A/V Geeks 16mm Archive. Email us at footage@avgeeks.com if you have questions about the footage and are interested in using it in your project.
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Topic: weather
A/V Geeks
by Navy
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Describes how the Navy Weather Service helps Navy and cargo ships to avoid adverse weather conditions. Burl Ives narrates. All about the Navy's Weather Central. Old fax machines, satellite footage and radar footage. This film can be purchased on DVD and higher quality versions of the film can be purchased for stock footage purposes. Contact footage@avgeeks.com for more information
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Educational Films
by Eames, Ray; Eames, Charles; Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corporation
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eye 3,036
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Made under the sponsorship of Westinghouse Electric Corp Released in 1969 under the title Photography and the city
Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Cities and towns, Photography
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Educational Films
by Lewis, Richard, 1935- editor. In a spring garden; Weston Woods Studios
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With information sheet
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Topics: Japanese poetry, Nature in literature, Japanese poetry, Nature in literature
Educational Films
by Stuart Finley, Inc
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eye 1,680
favorite 22
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Demonstrates principles of solid waste management. Describes the problems of collecting and disposing of refuse, garbage, and other solid wastes, and outlines the technology of solid waste disposal. Illustrates various alternatives available to municipalities concurrently attempting to dispose of solid wastes economically while controlling air pollution Summary Portrays America's solid waste problem and its relation to air pollution and water contamination. Outlines alternatives for community...
Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Refuse and refuse disposal, Integrated solid waste management, Water...
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A/V Geeks
by Zdeněk Miler; Saarländischer Rundfunk.; Westdeutscher Rundfunk.; Krátký film.; Phoenix/BFA Films & Video.
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eye 1,084
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The mole is tending his flowers, sharing them with various insects, when to his horror he discovers a set of stakes being used to mark the path of a road to be built right through his domain. At first he tries to reason with the huge bulldozer that proceeds along this track, but when that fails he digs a trench into which the machine falls. While it is helpless, the mole stakes out another route, neatly curving it around his garden and thus saving it from destruction.
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Topics: animated, mole
Educational Films
by Phoenix/BFA Films & Video
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eye 144
favorite 3
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Images of a junkyard during the changing seasons culminate in a view of spring's transformation of wrecked automobiles and old furniture into a garden filled with surprises
Topics: Aesthetics, Art appreciation, Aesthetics, Art appreciation
Educational Films
by Hott, Lawrence R; Sherman, Roger M., 1951-; Nature Conservancy (U.S.)
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Produced and directed by Lawrence R. Hott and Roger M. Sherman for the Nature Conservancy
Topics: Wildlife conservation, Habitat (Ecology), Ecology, Ecology, Habitat (Ecology), Wildlife conservation
Educational Films
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favorite 5
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Shorter version (27 min.) also issued
Topics: Acculturation, Culture conflict, Social change, Acculturation, Civilization, Culture conflict,...
Educational Films
by Samuelson, Paul
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Executive producers, Paul Burnford, Jack Stoops Variation in dark and light is called value. Value can be a natural part of any object, or it can be created by controlling the way in which light strikes the object. Artists can vary value in color by adding black or white, or by selecting contrasting dark or light color values. Sculptors create value by the way they form the surface to catch light and cast shadows. In all ages, and in many materials, artists have created value contrasts. Their...
Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Light, Shades and shadows, Light (Design), Art appreciation, Visual...
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Educational Films
by Carousel Films; CBS News; CBS reports (Television program)
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Producer and writer, David Lowe; reporter, Charles Kurait
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Topics: Ku Klux Klan (1915- ), Ku Klux Klan (1915- )
Educational Films
by Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Women's Auxiliary. [from old catalog]
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Demonstrates the techniques of planting and transplanting flowers, shrubs, and trees. Includes root and top-pruning, potting, watering, mulching, and soil preparation, as well as dividing iris and rooting chrysanthemums. Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film Summary Demonstrates the techniques of planting and transplanting flowers, shrubs and trees. Inclu./ia metadata plantingaing, potting, watering, mulching and soil preparation, as well as...
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Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Gardening, Flowers, Iris (Human), Art media and techniques, Trees
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Educational Films
by Thames Television, ltd; Media Guild
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Producer, Diana Potter ; director, Richard Mervyn ; photographer, Frank Hodge ; graphic designer, Bernard Allum ; film editor, Rosemary Maclaughlin ; music, Osian Ellis
Topics: Gardens, English, Landscape gardening, Gardens, English, Landscape gardening
Educational Films
by International Film Foundation
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Both the Waika and Makiritare Indians gather food in the jungle. A snake is caught and cooked. Fish are caught by mixing beaten leaves with mud which are stirred into the river to handicap the fish's oxygen absorption. The stunned fish are then easily collected
Topics: Indians of South America, Carib Indians, Carib Indians, Indians of South America
Educational Films
by Bryan, Julien Hequembourg; International Film Foundation
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Produced by Julien Bryan
Topics: Yecuana Indians, Indians of South America, Indians of South America, Yecuana Indians
Educational Films
by Anglia Films
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Follows the migration of the snow geese from their birth in the Arctic area of Hudson Bay, where they grow and prepare for the 2,500-mile flight, to the National Wildlife Refuge on the Gulf Coast shores of Texas. Jan and Des Bartlett
Topics: Snow goose, Birds, Birds, Birds, Birds, Snow goose
Educational Films
by Time-Life Multimedia
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favorite 14
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Sociobiology: The Human Animal, Reel 1 Reel 2 available here Focuses on sociobiology, a new and controversial science which holds that behavior is biologically determined. Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film
Topics: Sociobiology, Sociobiology
A/V Geeks
by Bailey Film Associates
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Dave and Tommy have found an old dead tree in the woods. As they explore it, they find that it is the home of many different plants and animals such as lizards, beetles, crickets, slugs, fungus plants, tree salamanders, ants and gopher snakes. This film can be purchased on DVD and higher quality versions of the film can be purchased for stock footage purposes. Contact footage@avgeeks.com for more information.
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A/V Geeks
by Encyclopedia Britannica
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Shows that while most wild animals live in the woods and fields, different animals choose different places to build their homes. We see a squirrel's home in a tree, a colony of ants in an old log, a robin's nest, an anthill, a fox den, a skunk's den, a nest of a goose, a raccoon's home in a tree, and a nest of a mouse. This film can be purchased on DVD and higher quality versions of the film can be purchased for stock footage purposes. Contact footage@avgeeks.com for more information.
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Educational Films
by Time-Life Multimedia
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Sociobiology: The Human Animal, Reel 2 Reel 1 available here Focuses on sociobiology, a new and controversial science which holds that behavior is biologically determined. Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film
Topics: Sociobiology, Sociobiology
Educational Films
by Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corporation
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Chief scientific adviser, Ralph Buchsbaum; collaborator, T. C. Schneirla Documents the complex organization and social behavior of two species of army ants and shows how a naturalist works Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film
Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Army ants, Ants
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Ephemeral VHS
by XL Productions, Paris France
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" The constant and unending search for tender, fresh grasses drives hundreds of thousands of wildebeests and zebras towards the fertile lands of the Masai Mara, in Kenya.   This is the essence of the great migration.   But at the Mara River; the hunters enter into the cycle as crocodiles await the migrating wildebeests.   We see the smaller tales of survival....Climate changes also play a part in this lifecycle...."
Topics: vhs, wild fires, John Hurt, Masai Mara, Volume One
Source: VHS Panasonic AG-1980>Panasonic DMR-E30>CDR via OSX
Educational Films
by National Geographic Society (U.S.)
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Also issued as videorecording
Topics: Whales, Whales
A/V Geeks
by Barr Films
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Presents a visual and sound experience about a young boy who enjoys playing with a large cardboard box. Explains that the boy imagines that the box becomes a stagecoach rumbling across the prairie, a steam locomotive puffing through the forest, a stunt plane diving and twisting in the sky and finally a space capsule on its way to the moon. This film can be purchased on DVD and higher quality versions of the film can be purchased for stock footage purposes. Contact footage@avgeeks.com for more...
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Educational Films
by Cybern Film Systems; Perennial Education, inc
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Also issued in super 8 mm Videocassette also issued Summary Shows how multi - spectral sensing greatly expands man's ability to survey Earth resources and to diagnose ecological ills, demonstrates how scientists use computers to help analyze and interpret multi - spectral images and suggests practical applications for multi - spectral sensing.
Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Remote sensing, Spectrum analysis, Natural resources, Resources
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Educational Films
by Kurzweil, Ray; Richter Productions; Martin L. Schneider/Associates; AIMS Media
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Cataloged from contributor's data
Topics: Artificial intelligence, Expert systems (Computer science), Artificial intelligence, Expert systems...
Educational Films
by Townsend, Robert, 1920-; Levin, Al
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SUMMARY: Robert Townsend, author of Up the Organization, and former president of Avis Rent-a-Car, examines the inequalities of the American income tax system that favors rich people at the expense of the middle class and poor. Interviews with the businessmen and tax experts complete the picture of how the wealthy and big corporations use tax loopholes to their advantage
Topics: Income tax, Income tax
Educational Films
by Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corporation
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In collaboration with George I. Schwartz
Topics: Photosynthesis, Photosynthesis
Educational Films
by Root, Alan; Benchmark Films
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A Season in the Sun Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film Summary Visits East Africa which has only two seasons, wet and dry. Reveals that after the rainy season, as the land dries out, animals from elephants to snails must find ways to survive. Observes the different adaptations. Covers the concepts of survival adaptations, population control, courtship and competition, rearing young, aestivation - summer hibernation and niches. Produced by Alan...
Topics: Adaptation (Biology), Adaptation (Physiology), Xeric ecology, Xeric ecology, Ecology, Adaptation...
Educational Films
by Time-Life Films
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The Shock of The New: Landscape of Pleasure Part 1 Part 3 of an 8-part series which presents a social history of the impact and development of the visual arts in the 20th century by art critic and writer Robert Hughes. In each episode, Hughes examines the forces which monitored the directions painting, architecture and photography took from the late 1800's to the present. In this episode Robert Hughes explores how the Mediterranean, seen by artists and the aristocracy as very much a vision of...
Topics: Educational Film, Series: The Shock of The New, Series: The Shock of the New (1982)
Educational Films
by Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc
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With teacher's guide
Topics: Annelida, Annelida
Educational Films
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Topics: Biology., Fungi.
Educational Films
by British Broadcasting Corporation. Television Service
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Also issued as videocassette
Topics: Buddhism, Buddhism
Ephemeral VHS
by Chevron
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Various views of the Earth via satellite.
Topics: vhs, Craters, Volcanoes, Underwater
Source: VHS Panasonic AG-1980>Panasonic DMR-E30>CDR via OSX
A/V Geeks
by Erpi Picture Consultants (later name Encyclopaedia Britannica Films)
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Portrays the earth as an astronomical body and discusses its relation to the sun and its motion. Presents evidence of the earth's sphericity, its axis rotation, its revolution about the sun, and inclination of its axis. Permits simulated observation of the earth from the stratosphere, of earth and stars in motion, and of the earth's orbit movement, explaining the causes of night and day and of seasons. For high  school, college, and adult groups
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Topic: Earth (Planet)
Educational Films
by National Geographic Society (U.S.)
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Also issued as videocassette
Topic: East Timor News Agency
Educational Films
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Topics: The Long Search: 10 -- African Religions : Zulu Zion, Series: The Long Search (1977)
Prelinger Archives
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"Successful experiments by Professor W. F. Gericke, at the University of California, and by Arthur C. Pillsbury." On hydroponics and chemical-assisted hydroponic plant cultivation. time-lapse cinematography of plant growth
Educational Films
by Boulton Hawker Films, Ltd; International Film Bureau
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Archeological adviser, Stanley E. West Outlines English history from the end of Roman rule around 410 to the Norman invasion in 1066. Presents the various raids and migrations which changed the face of England; details the settlements of the Anglo-Saxons by recent excavations at Cadbury, West Stow, and Winchester; and portrays the growth of the monasteries
Topics: Old English, ca. 450-1100, English language, History of English literature.
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Educational Films
by Coronet Instructional Media (Firm)
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Consultants, John F. Storr, Burt A. Sellers
Topic: Marine ecology
Educational Films
by Lehman, Robin; Phoenix/BFA Films & Video
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With music by Chopin as a background, shows the life cycle of the monarch butterfly; begins with its birth and goes through the caterpilar stage to the butterfly
Topics: Monarch butterfly, Insects, Insects, Monarch butterfly
Educational Films
by Hubbard Scientific Company
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Loop film in cartridge
( 1 reviews )
Topics: Earth science-Geography., Geology.
Educational Films
by National Geographic Society (U.S.)
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Produced by the National Geographic Society
Topics: Gold mines and mining, Gold, Gold, Gold mines and mining
Educational Films
by Friedman, Milton, 1912-2006; Penn Communications
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Features a discussion among Milton Friedman and guests as a follow-up to part 1 of From cradle to grave. Participants include Thomas Sowell, professor of economics at UCLA, and Helen Bohen O'Bannon, Pennsylvania Secretary of Welfare
Topics: Public welfare, Economic security, Economic security, Public welfare
Drive-In Movie Ads
by Darrell Wright
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Is somebody crazy? Pop Goes the Whistle.
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Topics: Intermission, Popcorn, Drive In Movie Advertisement
Educational Films
by Galbraith, John Kenneth, 1908-2006; British Broadcasting Corporation
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Written and narrated by John Kenneth Galbraith
Topics: Colonies, Colonization, British colonies, Colonies, Colonization
Educational Films
by Marshall, E. G., 1914-1998; WVIA-TV (Television station : Pittston, Pa.); Learning Corporation of America
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Title from data sheet
Topics: United States. Environmental Protection Agency, United States. Environmental Protection Agency,...
Educational Films
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Topics: Life Cycles., Fish and Fishing., Environmental Problems, Ecology.
Educational Films
by Time-Life Films
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Ascent of Man: 10--The World Within World Part 1 Explores the world within the atom and traces the history of the men and ideas that have made 20th century physics one of the great achievements of human imagination. Summary Explores the world within the atom and traces the history of humanity and ideas that have made 20th-century physics. Narrated by Dr Jacob Bronowski of the Salk Institute.
Topics: Series: The Ascent of Man (1973), Chemical, atomic and molecular physics, Nuclear physics, History...
Educational Films
by American Meteorological Society; Modern Learning Aids, New York; Universal Education and Visual Arts
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favorite 19
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Describes the spectral distribution of incoming solar radiation, the outgoing infrared terrestrial radiation, and the interactions of these two types of radiant energies with atmospheric gases Summary Examines the effects of solar radiation on the earth. Uses instruments to study the light spectrum and light absorption.
Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Solar radiation, Space (Astronomy), Energy and matter, Astronomy
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Educational Films
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Topics: Technology And Civilization., Computers.
National Film Preservation Foundation
by Audio Productions Inc.
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Dramatized documentary supporting workplace mechanization.  Men and Machines  argues that the introduction of labor-saving machines results in cost savings and more leisure time for Americans. The concluding narration accompanies a montage of consumer goods and reminds viewers that “we Americans are sitting on top of the world.” Note:  The film was distributed in a multimedia package as part of the “Business Facts Program” for employers. Also released in 16mm. Remade in 1947.
Topic: sponsored film
Educational Films
by Isaacs, Asher, 1902-1963; Slesinger, Reuben E., joint author
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Bibliography: p. 439-442 Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film Summary Uses animation to explain the causes of ocean tides, showing the effect of centrifugal force and the gravitational attraction of the sun and the moon on the waters. Discusses the uses of the ocean tides and points out that the activities of man must be planned to fit the rhythm of the tides.
Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Industrial policy, Oceanography, Earth sciences
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Educational Films
by Goldberg/Werrenrath Productions; Journal Films, inc
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With teacher's guide Reviews the different energy sources and indicates the length of time they will suffice. Considers the possibility of solutions to the energy crisis in future developments which may some day provide unlimited power to meet the needs Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film Summary Reviews the different energy sources and indicates the length of time we may be able to depend on them. Shows the possibility of solutions and...
Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Power resources, Energy and matter, Energy resources, Business...
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Educational Films
by Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corporation
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With teacher's guide Documents amounts and types of solid wastes, shows disposal methods, both legal and illegal, and describes the sophisticated methods for the disposal of plastics and synthetics
Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Refuse and refuse disposal
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Educational Films
by Coronet Instructional Films
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favorite 12
comment 1
Educational collaborator, Marvin Powell
( 1 reviews )
Topics: Psychology, Psychology
Educational Films
by CRM Productions
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Producer, Carole Hart; editor, Kurt Hirschler
Topics: Motivation in education, Learning, Psychology of, Learning, Psychology of, Motivation in education,...
Made by the Walt Disney Company for the Office of Inter-American Affairs' Health for the Americas organization in 1944, INSECTS AS CARRIERS OF DISEASE promotes sanitary standards and provides an education in basic disease theory.  The cartoon presents "Charlie" who lives in a house infested with lice, mosquitoes and flies, an eventually pays the ultimate price for tolerating these "visitors", by dying of Typhus.  While this version of the film is in English, versions were...
Topics: Periscope Film, Stock Footage, Walt Disney, Mosquito, Sanitation
A/V Geeks
by McCrory (John R.) for McCrory Studios
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Uses animated maps, cartoons and live photography to explain fundamental principles and organization of our Federal government. Portrays the check and balance system and separate functions of the three branches. We digitized and uploaded this film from the A/V Geeks 16mm Archive. Email us at footage@avgeeks.com if you have questions about the footage and are interested in using it in your project.
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Topic: United States government
Animation Shorts
by Disney Studios
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This is a banned Propaganda cartoon from World War II. This is part of my collection of banned and censored cartoons. When a group of people work to ban a certain media then part of their heritage is lost as a result. Many types of media I do not agree with, but I do not complain to have it banned. Remember the Soviet Union. They had to basically relearn their own history by going back to books written before the revolution. England knew nothing about their greatest heroes until the French...
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Topics: Banned Cartoons, Animated, Cartoons, Banned material, World War II Propaganda
Nick Fox-Gieg Animation
by Nick Fox-Gieg
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Interregnum is based on the extraordinary career of René Carmille, history's first known computer hacker. The government of Nazi-occupied France launched a ghastly and unprecedented experiment in information science: much of the Vichy bureaucracy, including the operation of the death camps, was automated with punch-card computers. However, the Nazis didn't understand the technology's potential vulnerabilities...
Topics: nick, nicholas, fox-gieg, foxgieg, fox, gieg, animation
PeriscopeFilm
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The Monty Python song "I'm a lumberjack..." might have been inspired by this wonderful film from the 1930s "Treetop Daredevils", shot in the Pacific Northwest. The film shows lumberjacks and axemen working in an era before power tools were brought to bear on the forest, and almost everything was done by muscle. In addition to showing the cutting down of old growth forest logs and their floating down the river, the film includes a lengthy segment (starting at  5:30 ) showing...
Topics: Stock Footage, High Definition
Educational Films
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Title from data sheet
Topics: Energy policy, Energy policy, Management games, Energy policy, Energy policy, Management games,...
Educational Films
by Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc; American Geological Institute
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Collaborator, John S. Shelton
Topics: Physics., Oceans.
Educational Films
by Centron Educational Films
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Evaluation Information: This material has been reviewed by Specialized Office 3 and judged appropriate for use with the learning disabled, emotionally disturbed and educable mentally handicapped
SIGGRAPH
by Steve Marschner
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This animation demonstrates a new practical model for rendering translucent materials. Translucent materials, such as marble, milk and skin have a soft and smooth appearance that cannot be simulated with standard lighting models. We illustrate the importance of correctly rendering translucency, and show how this can be used to eliminate the traditional hard computer graphics look.Our model is described in detail in the SIGGRAPH '2001 paper: ''A Practical Model for Subsurface Light Transport''.
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Topic: Electronic Theatre 2001
Educational Films
by International Film Bureau
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Consultant, James M. McGrath, Lane Technical High School, Chicago Covers electrons and protons; negative, positive, and balance charges; free electrons; conducting and nonconducting materials; and electron flow
Topics: Electricity, Electricity
Educational Films
by Samuelson, Paul
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With study guide Explains that every surface has texture and that an object may have several textures. Points out that we learn about textures by touching the surfaces of objects and looking at the way light reflects from these surfaces. Shows how man uses paints, tools, and materials to change the texture of surfaces Summary Explains that texture is a basic visual element important to all art and that close observation of surfaces helps to develop an appreciation of textural qualities. Shows...
Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Surfaces (Technology), Visual arts, Texture (Design), Texture...
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Music Video Bin
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Deep Forest Deep Forest 1993
Educational Films
by National Film Board of Canada
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French version released under the title Les grandes religions: Le bouddhisme Producer, James Beveridge; writer and editor, David Millar; animation, Pierre L'Amare Summary Traces and compares the evolution of various sects of Buddhism and delineates their doctrines. Presents a detailed overview of those tenets basic to the faith.
Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Buddhism, Sects, Sects
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A/V Geeks
by Ford Motor Co
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Tells the story of the automobile, showing the manufacture of the parts of a car and the details of the assembly line. We digitized and uploaded this film from the A/V Geeks Archives. Email us at footage@avgeeks.com if you have questions about the footage and are interested in using it in your project.
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Topic: automobile
Educational Films
by Hosler, Charles R; Modern Learning Aids (Firm)
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Principal scientist: Dr. Charles Hosler of The Pennsylvania State University Explores the problem of atmospheric pollution through an imaginary interstellar space trip. Looks at types of pollutants and generally effective methods of dispersal and removal from the atmosphere -- convection, large-scale wind flow, and precipitation. Includes animation and live photography. From the American Meteorological Society series Summary Examines the problem of atmospheric pollution by taking the viewer on...
Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Aerosols, Air, Diffusion, Clouds, Fog, Atmospheric sciences, Geology,...
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Educational Films
by British Broadcasting Corporation. Television Service
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favorite 12
comment 0
Also issued as videocassette
Topics: Religion, Spiritual life, Religion, Spiritual life
Prelinger Archives
by Wolff (Raphael G.) Studios
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comment 4
How electricity can modernize textile mills. Great shots of cotton mills, processing and textile manufacturing; technical narration laced with industry jargon. In Technicolor.
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Topics: Electricity, Occupations: Textile workers, Textile industry
Prelinger Archives
by Handy (Jam) Organization
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Cartoon showing what happens to a drop of gasoline from the time it flows into the gas tank to when it is exploded in the engine cylinder. This "fantastic voyage" through a glisteningly clean Chevrolet engine is an excellent example of the soft-sell industrial, where the product that's promoted is hardly ever mentioned by name.
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Topics: Automobiles: Engineering, Oil industry, Animation: Advertising